In today’s digital age, managing web hosting and mail hosting is essential for businesses. One of the most popular choices for email hosting is Google Workspace (formerly known as G Suite). To ensure your emails are secure and delivered reliably, it’s crucial to configure SPF (Sender Policy Framework) and DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) records. In […]Continue Reading
When you buy a hosting account normally it come up with shared ip address. That means you are sharing same ip along with hundreds of sometimes thousands of other website users. On the other hand, a dedicated IP address is an IP that you have sole use of. It isn’t shared with any other domain […]Continue Reading
Some people believe that both reseller web hosting and multiple domain hosting are different term for same concept. But it is not correct. Both terms are indicating different hosting concepts. Multiple domain setup means a user can create hosting account for so many domains. Users can add or delete domains in their control panel. They […]Continue Reading
Unlimited hosting means you will get unlimited space and unlimited bandwidth at a fixed price for an year or a month. You can host as many files as you can. The server provider never (?) stop you from the uploading. (Pls read our post on “unlimited web hosting”).
But unlimied domain setup never means you can utilise unlimited server space and bandwidth. It means you can split the total space and host any number of domains in your hosting account. Here your allotted space will be limited to 100MB or 2GB etc.Continue Reading
Reseller hosting as its name suggests, is a hosting account which can resell to third parties. If you purchase a reseller hosting account from any web hosting providers, you will get some web space which can divide into multiple accounts and hence host multiple domains. Your customer will get seperate control panel in which they can amanage their hosting account. Meantime your end user accounts are easily managable by you. You can add, edit, delete or suspend all accounts within your reseller account.Continue Reading
If you changed your hosting to new server, sometimes your websites not reflect this change or it may disappeared. Why does it happened so?
Reason is “DNS Propagation”. What is DNS propagation?
Before understanding DNS propagation, you must first know a little about how DNS works. When your sites hosted on a server, hosting provider (here, we) create a Master DNS record in their Domain Name Servers. Your domain registrar (the company you paid for the honor of owning your domain name) points to your web host’s DNS server as being the master authority of your domain.Continue Reading
Honestly say, we don’t offer unlimited web hosting as it is not possible. Because resources are limited. Nothing is unlimited in this world. We have no unlimited servers or bandwidth. Then ho we can offer unlimited webhosting?Continue Reading